Here's some books that I have read recently that I have found helpful in areas pertaining to manhood and family leadership. I'll try and list them from the most helpful to the least. I'm hoping that anyone knowing of other good ones will share them as well. Family Man, Family Leader by Phillip Lancaster- This is one that needs to be read by every Christian husband and father. Time and again I was convicted of my own failings as leader of my family. The author looks at Christ's role as prophet, priest and king; then makes application how husbands are to fulfill these roles in modeling Christ-like leadership. The Exemplary Husband by Stuart Scott - A fairly comprehensive look at the Biblical role of a husband and father. I highly recommend this one. The Godly Man's Picture by Thomas Watson- This book is pure Puritan Gold. And for those new to reading the Puritans, this is a good place to start. A warning though, you might not like it if you like being Arminian. Federal Husband by Douglas Wilson- Wilson shows how men are to take responsiblity for their families. This is a good book for understanding the covenant relationship of marriage. Disciplines of a Godly Man by R. Kent Hughes. Its been a while since I read this one, but I do remember it being quite helpful. He focuses on the importance of training ourselves for Godliness and then makes application to the different areas of responsibilty. Fidelity: What It Means to Be a One Woman Man by Douglas Wilson.- This is another hard-hitting book by Wilson. While the book is very worthwhile, I feel that it is marred by a bit of graphic languange that could have been done without. A good read for men. The Man in the Mirror by Patrick Morley- I know that this book has been pretty popular, but its my least favorite of all the others. Overall, its worth a read. Would make a good starting point for men examining the biblical view of manhood. Just don't stop here. Anyone else have some good ones to share?